After the Storm: Breaking the Cycle of Abuse with Conviction, Connection and Compassion - Inspirational Memoir
As a multi-title pageant holder, Ava ST. Pierre achieved her best on stage with focus, vigor, poise and exquisite beauty. Most importantly, Ava burst through the cycle of debilitating mental illness that her mother suffered from and effectuated in violence toward her and her siblings. Ava followed her father’s lead—to live a life of genuine empathic compassion and enlightenment, helping others survive after the storm and speaking up for the helpless and haunted. With assistance by her daughter and co-author, Shereé Cogburn, Ava ST. Pierre’s story demonstrates the beauty within.
Playing It Straight: Striking Out Before Striking It Big Within - Inspirational Memoir
Pete Biolsi negotiated deals around the world for the financial services industry while starving for peace and fulfillment. As a result of playing it straight despite being gay, Pete wrecked his wellbeing and others’ lives until his complicated façade crashed with the stock market. The importance of living authentically is lucid in this profound memoir.
Athletic Wisdom for Life: Managing Your Wins and Losses - Young Adult
Former NFL player Gregory Leon Bell believes in serving as an exemplary role model with a touch of faith around the clock. In his debut book, Athletic Wisdom for Students, he shares the very insights that are the cornerstone of his popular foundation, Athletes for Life, which has improved the lives of thousands of youths since its inception over twenty-five years ago.
Reach! - Success Self-Help
What many of us experience as lifelong limitations or traps, such as heritage, disability or even gender, only motivated Kristin Reichman to reach further and achieve the unthinkable. Reach! How I Discovered My Unlimited Potential and How You Can, Too is the book for everyone who has ever felt restricted by difference.
Pretty Food - Culinary Memoir
Carlton Brown’s story brings dashes of loss, grief and uncertainties followed by heaping bowls of self-discovery, love and hope. Including recipes inspired by Carlton’s late mother, Hilda Brewer Brown, and those that have made her son a cooking star, Pretty Food: Recipe for Living is a journey into self-acceptance and other sweet revelations.
Twelve Sundays - Contemporary Fiction
Inspired by true events, Connie Mack’s novel is set along the bayou, where heroin addiction, scandalous family secrets, a corrupt prison and rapturous love come to roost. Mack’s characters are so colorful and lovable (even the criminals), readers can only hope for the sequel.
How to Cure a Hangover, From a Chef's Perspective - Reference
Elizabeth Grove, food stylist and photographer, wrote How to Cure a Hangover, From a Chef’s Perspective with every type of drinker in mind. The book is an educational and entertaining companion to balancing alcohol intake with juices and smoothies, on-the-go snacks, elaborate meals, party platters, and more for all ages (of drinking age).